I just bought the ones from OPM Motorsports and they came in and they are actually Earl's Lines with an adaptor. I havnt put them on yet but i figured if it helps to save you guys any money to pick them up on your own i would give the part numbers.
They do say for offroad use because the were NOT DOT tested so use at your discression.
Earl's Braided Line Part #63010220
Earl's Adaptor Part # 989537
I have four of each since im gonna convert to rear discs so buy what you need. The only negative thing i can say so far is their is not a bracket to tie the line to the arm as the normal lines have.
I will make something up as i do recommend to others that do this. I do not claim any responsibility for this modification so use at your own risk as i was just passing on some helpful information to others.
I paid $137.91 shipped so if you can find them cheaper your off to a better start than me.
**********8/3/03 Update on Earls lines*****************
Ok its been a few months with them on and i ended up swapping them out for Techna-Fit lines due to no mounting hardware on the Earls lines. They were very good lines but i tried my best to strap them down but after a full turn of the steering wheel they would slap around when turning which bothered me and is not safe so i heard Techna-Fit lines were good and im happy with them. If i wanted to spend some time i could have made some brackets but i didnt feel up to it nor have the time to monkey around with them.